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It’s not every day you get your writing recognised and accepted to be shown to potentially 4 million readers!

That’s what happened to me recently when my submitted article was accepted to be published on Tiny Buddha.

For those who don’t know, Tinny Buddha is a website that aims to provide “simple wisdom for complex lives”, reaching 4 million readers every month.

This is not the first time that I’m writing for them. This time I talk about my experience being laid off during the pandemic crisis.

Without any further ado, here’s the link to the article. Enjoy reading!

And you if you feel like you’d like to ease your anxiety about losing your job, check out my free resources library, where you will find a mini-video series on handling anxiety and uncertainty, and a workbook to help you do the exercise on Radical Acceptance, which can be helpful.

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About the author

Ana Sofia Batista teaches online courses and workshops for warm-hearted achievers who want to create change. At the age of thirty, Ana decided to restart her life and move to Scandinavia. With a master’s in psychology and cognitive neuroscience, she helps people from all over the world on their life (r)evolution.


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